Building on that four-year success, Corpus Christi’s April 20-24 BIRDIEST FESTIVAL IN AMERICA
seeks new heights, in species counts, field trip excitement and participant numbers! Adding pre-trip and post-trip, birders can experience three premier world-class birding destinations, without leaving Texas!

In the Coastal Bend, experience amazing spring migration along the Texas Gulf Coast in perhaps
the busiest flyway in the country, a variety of field trips to famous South Texas ranch and coastal hot spots,  several presentations and workshops; bird walks; and Jonathan Wood Raptor Project shows. An opening reception with Happy Hour cash bar and Texas BBQ dinner; Vendor Trade Show; artisan booths; and Saturday Family Fun Day round out your basic Texas Coastal adventure!

Suspense is building for “What’s it Like to be a Bird,” by acclaimed author and illustrator of The
Sibley Guide to Birds, David Allen Sibley, who originally scheduled for cancelled 2020 festival, while Covid concerns kept him from presenting in 2021!

Pre-trip, April 16-19, heads to the Rio Grande Valley in deep South Texas for specialty birds, last
year producing 193 species; while post-trip, April 25-28, treks north to the Upper Texas Coast and Piney Woods, on a scenic search for specialty song birds and shore birds. Each trip is $850, maximum eight birders.

Basic Festival registration is $25, plus opening dinner, field trips, speaker. Beginning December 1, visit HTTPS://WWW.BIRDIESTFESTIVAL.ORG for REGISTRATION, DESCRIPTIONS, SCHEDULE. Further questions to Denise, 361-563-5968